Applied Microeconomics for Agricultural Economists

Course Code:
FARE*6380
Course Level:
Graduate
Semesters Offered:
Fall
Taught By:
Description:

The objective of this course is to foster a deeper understanding of standard microeconomic concepts and their application to a wide variety of topics in food, agricultural, and resource economics. Emphasis is placed on what tool(s) to use in a wide variety of circumstances to address real life problems. Topics will include decisions by firms and consumers, market equilibrium, and production decisions.

Prerequisite(s): ECON*2770, ECON*3710, ECON*3740 or equivalent

Course Outline:
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